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    CORRECTION

    In her review of For the Love of Freedom (BSW, 6/21/01), Laura Weinert estimated the show's running time as five hours. In fact, according to several accounts, it is reportedly just under four hours long.

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    Momma

    Sioban Fallon's one-woman show allows the versatile actress to display her comedic character acting skills while telling the simple, heartfelt story of a mother's journey from conception to childbirth.

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    Miranda's Last Rites

    The economy is booming, recession is but a distant memory, and real estate prices are soaring. That may be good news for Wall Street, but it isn't cheering very many people Off-Off-Broadway.

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    Rep This!

    Actors can't get far in this town without representation.

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    Union Merger Clears Hurdle SAG, AFTRA Boards Approve Year-End Member Referendum

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES‹In an historic vote that's been 50 years in the making, the national boards of directors of SAG and AFTRA have approved the final plans for a merger of the two unions. The proposed merger, however, must still be approved by the members, and opponents and ...

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    A Hybrid Giselle

    Sylvie Guillem, the guest ballerina with La Scala Ballet, staged her own version of the Coralli/Perrot/Petipa Giselle, but decided, as she claims, "on a more realistic approach to the first act. No more tutus and thatched huts." And forget the Rhineland setting. She has changed the locale to ...

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    RANDOM SIGHTINGS

    Musicals Come to the

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    My Fair Lady

    "My Fair Lady," presented by Fullerton Civic Light Opera Co. at Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m., (Sat. May 19, 2 p.m., Sun. May 20, 7 p.m.). May 11-27. $16-38. (714) 526-3832.

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    Pataki Proposes Ticket Broker Bill

    Gov. George E. Pataki has entered the political debate on how much New York ticket brokers can charge for tickets to entertainment and sporting events, proposing a resale cap of 40% above face value. The former law, which allowed brokers to charge no more than 10% or $5, expired on ...

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    Reardon Leads AFTRA/NY

    Roberta Reardon has been elected president of the New York local of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.